Nutritional Information About Peaches


Nutritional Information

peaches

Delicious and Nutritious

a delicious
&
natural
treat
Serving Size:
1 medium peach
Calories
40
Protein
.06 g
Carbohydrates
10g
Fat
0 g
Cholesterol
0 m
Sodium
0 mg
Dietary Fiber
1.5 g
Vitamin A
47RE
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peaches are virtually fat free. A medium size peach contains less than one gram of fat.

peaches are naturally sodium free.

peaches have no cholesterol.

peaches are a low calorie snack. A medium size peach contains only 40 calories.

peaches contain vitamin A which helps us see in dim light.

peaches are considered a good source of fiber. The skin of a peach provides both roughage and fiber.

Temporary Storage Tips

Ripe peaches have a creamy or golden undertone and “peachy-sweet” fragrance.

Peaches should be refrigerated and used within a few days.

Putting peaches and nectarines in a loosely closed paper bag at room temperature for a day or two can help soften firm fruit - but they won't become sweeter or ripen further - that stopped when they were removed from the tree.

For best flavor, allow the fruit to ripen fully on the tree.

Store at 33°F to 40°F  and high humidity (a vegetable drawer in the fridge).

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